Tuesday, April 28, 2009

#Swine Flu: Do's and Don'ts [THESE WILL SURPRISE YOU]

SHOOT: Do stock up on face masks. In South Africa a large drugstore has already run out and at a second retailer we pulled the last 5 masks off the shelves. Make sure you get yours. Facemasks can do a lot of good.

Don't get yourself vaccinated. First of all none exists nor can anyone exist for a 'new' virus. Secondly, and I have experienced this firsthand, a vaccine can often lead to an infection of the virus itself. In short, the vaccine could kill you.

Gloves to protect your hands are also recommended.

Patricia A. Doyle DVM, PhD: Stock up now. Medical supplies. Personal hygene supplies and don't forget fido, or any other pet. Once a pandemic hits, it will be too late to stock up. Water, too.
We may lose clean water and electric power, so be prepared.
clipped from globalresearch.ca
Do not take seasonal flu vaccine if you are told that it could help prevent this brand new Swine Flu variant. It won't do a thing to prevent this flu. What it will do is serve up new genetic material to the Swine Flu virus that I have dubbed Spanish Flu 2, the Sequel. The Spanish Flu variant will use the gene sequences in the vaccine in humans to develop more of the changes that make the virus more readily infect humans. We do not want to give this virus more human genetic material so that it will infect humans more readily person to person. This is what vaccinated individuals do for pandemic strains.
An Influenza vaccine does not protect or prevent a person from contracting flu. It is purported to, maybe, prevent some complications of flu and maybe shorten duration. I am not even sure it does that. Personally, I feel the vaccine weakens our immune system and also sickens us due to contaminants in the vaccine.
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2 comments:

Steve Hayes said...

Dead right it surprised me.

Face masks?

Unless you actually have it, face masks are really useless.

Nick van der Leek said...

Steve, did you offer any useful information here? Facemasks aren't useless - you obviously did not travel during the SARS outbreak (I did). Secondly, you cannot tell whether you have it or not since it is asymptomatic. Thus the precation is justified. You might want to keep your nose out of swine flu - this is a serious topic with serious implications, it's not an opportunity to fish for attention.

Longini's simulations of a fictional killer flu that were ordered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show the importance of steps health officials can take to prevent further spread of the virus. These measures include "social distancing," or encouraging those sickened with the flu to stay home or seek medical treatment; closing places where groups of people gather; and making anti-flu medications available to large portions of the population.
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In the simulations, Longini said, these forms of containment reduce the sickness by nearly two-thirds.

"The name of the game is to slow transmission until a well-matched vaccine can be made and distributed. I am fairly optimistic we can do that," he said.